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Helmsdale Kitchen Garden Rise to the Challenge

Helmsdale Kitchen Garden Rise to the Challenge

In times of crisis, the importance of community groups is highlighted, and while the coronavirus pandemic has had a seismic impact on each and every individual, the strength of the community has shone through.

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1536 864 Mary Stewart - Helmsdale & District Development Trust
Building a Better Future – Capitalism has Destroyed our Life Support System

Building a Better Future – Capitalism has Destroyed our Life Support System

The real problem is capitalism itself. It is leading us rapidly into a neofascist dystopia where the suffering is simply becoming immense for people, animals, plants and the planet.

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1536 864 John Wood - Wester Ross Pocket Orchards
Life Under Lockdown on the Isle of Mull

Life Under Lockdown on the Isle of Mull

There have been many positives in the Covid 19 crisis. Groups and individuals across the island very quickly came together to organise all sorts of help to each other and in particular the shielding and the vulnerable amongst the population.

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1536 864 Hazel Cowe - Mull and Iona Community Trust
Urgent Need for a Fair Food System

Urgent Need for a Fair Food System

COVID-19, along with Brexit and climate change underline the urgent need for a fair food system – fair for people, planet and producer. Economic hardship and food shortage are likely to get much worse before they get better.

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1536 864 Suzy Russell - Community Supported Agriculture
The Great Pause

The Great Pause

Abruptly with no warning the world was forced to pause. Although the sadness and great loss behind the ‘Great Pause’ cannot be underestimated neither can the wonderful opportunities and hope it offers.

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1536 864 Emma Whitham
Post COVID-19 – View from the Green Hive

Post COVID-19 – View from the Green Hive

I don’t want a new normal.  There was little about the ‘normal’ prior to COVID-19 that was sustainable and clearly our recent global crisis has exposed the increasing inequality across people and places.

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1536 864 Neil Mapes
Lessons from Covid-19

Lessons from Covid-19

For many people Covid-19 is causing hardship and misery – with reduced incomes, businesses destroyed and of course loved ones taken from us before their time. But there have also been some positive outcomes.

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1536 864 Martin Sherring
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